Fort Worth Aerospace Supply Chain Company Announces New Global Facilities in California and India

Incora's new Sacramento facility will serve as a centralized hub for West Coast operations, offering advanced storage and shipping capabilities. In India, the warehouse at Bangalore's KIADB Aerospace Park supports the booming local aerospace market, aligning with the Make in India initiative and enhancing Incora's global supply chain footprint.

Fort Worth-based supply chain management solutions provider Incora is expanding the global reach of its operations with strategic investments in two new facilities, one in California and one in India.

Incora is the trade name for the group of companies formed by Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair, a leading provider of comprehensive supply chain management services to the global aerospace and other industries.

Incora said that with these new facilities, it’s investing in the growth of the business and its continued leadership as a global provider of integrated supply chain management services. It said the investment in each local area’s economy is expected to provide jobs, expand the company’s customer bases and strategically locate its supply chain management activities.

The chemicals warehouse in Sacramento, California, was purposefully built to provide a centralized operations hub to support Incora’s operations and customers across the West Coast of the U.S., the company said.

Incora said the strategic placement of the facility will provide reductions in freight cost and lead time for customers. It features hazardous and temperature-controlled storage, shelf-life management, custom labeling and both regional and international shipping capabilities. At the warehouse is a full suite of quality specialists, who ensure customers receive the right, premium-quality products at the right time.

“With nearly 200,000 square feet of warehousing capacity, specifically engineered to store a variety of flammable, corrosive, temperature-controlled and other regulatory controlled hazardous materials, we have significantly bolstered our network capacity and further solidified our West Coast capabilities,” Daniel Gubichuk, president of Global Chemicals, said at the facility’s opening.

Burgeoning aerospace market in India

Incora said its new warehouse in India is located at the KIADB Aerospace Park next to Bangalore Airport, with 17,000 square feet of storage space for both hardware and chemicals.

The company said the facility will offer product storage for Incora’s local contract customers and a range of standard parts for on-demand orders. Services such as kitting, re-packing, re-labeling and third-party logistics for foreign companies wishing to have stock in India will be available.

Incora said the development of this facility is also part of its contribution to the Make in India initiative, which encourages companies to develop, manufacture, and assemble products made in India and incentivize dedicated investments into manufacturing.

“The Indian aerospace industry is one of the fastest growing aerospace markets in the world and the global aerospace community is investing heavily in India. Incora recognizes the importance of this market and is investing in both assets and people here, which we expect to contribute significantly to Incora’s five-year growth strategy,” Kevin Matthies, president of Global Hardware, said about the facility in India.

Incora said these investments in its global infrastructure are a key strategy for it to deliver a great experience for its customers in the availability of products, responsiveness to orders, and timely delivery to sites.

Incora utilizes its supply chain expertise to serve industrial manufacturing, marine, pharmaceutical, and beyond. Incora’s global footprint includes 68 locations in 17 countries and more than 3,800 employees.

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